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  1. Thread: New GPS

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    Yeah and compares them to other people who liked...

    Yeah and compares them to other people who liked and disliked the same things you did to try to find other things you might like. I haven't really looked at it for quite a while (not since before...
  2. Thread: New GPS

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    No help on the GPS. Foursquare is a "local...

    No help on the GPS.

    Foursquare is a "local information service": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foursquare
    No idea if it would be useful to you since it depends on use (also don't know how long...
  3. I did an inventory and took it in and talked to...

    I did an inventory and took it in and talked to my agent. They pulled up my policy and went though it wil me. It was all under the coverage caps.

    Your coverage is likely different since it seems...
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    I've been bitten by smaller hard drive magnets. ...

    I've been bitten by smaller hard drive magnets. Instant blood blister!!

    I can't imagine getting caught by a bigger one like that, you're darn lucky you came out with nothing actually broken :eek:
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    It looks like it should be a bit hairy, but its...

    It looks like it should be a bit hairy, but its plumb smooth and solid there. Its not actually a crack at all but just a stain line at the join. I'd expect the end grain to go before the graft...
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    Pistachio wood bowl

    Returned from a rough out I got from my cousin at highwestwood. Really interesting grain, he'd centered the rough out on the graft (both sides are pistachio - although different varieties - I have...
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    I'm guessing the vine would have been...

    I'm guessing the vine would have been ridiculously stringy?

    I've seen redbud used for branch buttons and it had some really nice contrast wood in the small stuff - does that translate into the...
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    Funny on the avocado. I borrowed a friends metal...

    Funny on the avocado. I borrowed a friends metal lathe and turned a replacement handle for a frying pan about 14 years ago out of a piece of avocado. It made quite a nice handle, not exceptionally...
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    Sticky: Ah more cardboard, I know I've said this before...

    Ah more cardboard, I know I've said this before but I love your carboard. Weird? perhaps but oh so delightfully textured.
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    Jeff, Its not really all that bad! Honest! ...

    Jeff,

    Its not really all that bad! Honest! Eventually the terror abates and it starts to become pretty fun :D We all went through this to some extent

    Seriously if you can find someone local...
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    Thanks Jon, Thats a good solution as well (and...

    Thanks Jon,

    Thats a good solution as well (and thanks for the clear and explanitory pictures!). Searching for "Jeff Miller beds" I see there was an article in the Oct 2007 issue of FWW that he...
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    Thanks for the use report John, the "amazing...

    Thanks for the use report John, the "amazing amount of closing force, still easy to release" is just what I'm looking for :D As best as I can tell the tightening mechanism is the same on all of...
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    Zipbolt Connectors?

    Anyone used these (I found one ancient thread of "hey these look cool" when they first came out)?
    http://www.leevalley.com/US/hardware/page.aspx?p=71050&cat=3,40842,43730&ap=1

    Some explanation of...
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    Also interested in feedback on this one. So...

    Also interested in feedback on this one.

    So far I've been trying to get as good as possible while green then letting it dry and finish sanding it. Be careful with to coarse of sandpaper while its...
  15. First up fantastic work. I'm not sure I'd want...

    First up fantastic work.

    I'm not sure I'd want the tops in my house either, although they are cool not quite my style. The door fronts on the other hand... Hmmm those are nifty!
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    One of the galleries in Makawao had some...

    One of the galleries in Makawao had some interesting pieces at a somewhat reasonable price for retail - not in the main gallery but when I was talking to the fellow he pulled them out from a side...
  17. Wow indeed. That's definitely some of the best...

    Wow indeed. That's definitely some of the best carvings I've ever seen pictures of, being able to look around them in person would be a treat indeed.

    You are lucky to have such friends and be...
  18. Racoons? Where do they sell those?

    Racoons? Where do they sell those?
  19. Think of them as schrodinger's sardines, they are...

    Think of them as schrodinger's sardines, they are both good and bad until you open the can.

    http://www.stilltasty.com/fooditems/index/18268 - they're likely still edible for quite some time past...
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    Yep that was very well stated and clear in the...

    Yep that was very well stated and clear in the doc (at least if you read the whole thing, no guarantees there of course).

    This will be my first set of pepper mills (lots of bowls and other weird...
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    Thanks for this Tim, very helpful - I like this...

    Thanks for this Tim, very helpful - I like this design a lot better than the vendors description and your explanation/picture of the grooving tool is certainly clear enough to construct my own from.
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    Here: ...

    Here: http://www.amazon.com/GreatNeck-BUS18-Butcher-Saw-18-Inch/dp/B000HMAE3Y
    search from "butcher hand meat saw"

    Stop abusing your wwing tools.
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    Get a meat saw, the hand powered ones are pretty...

    Get a meat saw, the hand powered ones are pretty cheap ($35-40) and well worth it for stuff like this. They have a little coarser tpi than what you used and still have a fairly narrow blade (they...
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    I'll try not to sugar coat it or butter you up,...

    I'll try not to sugar coat it or butter you up, but do have to agree with others that it was a crumby job. It's the kind of repair that eats away at you while you wonder if there are other pieces...
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    Same except I put the grid on top of a pair of...

    Same except I put the grid on top of a pair of sawhorses. My grid is actually half lapped 2x3s that I pin with dowels though holes drilled diagonally through the junctions. That way I can back the...
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